The "Luke Cage" star talks power, sexuality, and the rifts among black people in the series' second season.
Peaches, triple axels and sea creatures, oh my!
The actress voiced her support for Hillary Clinton in an Essence essay.
"As far as we all have come and how we live, shame on you if you don’t raise your voice."
The actresses share a refreshing take on aging in Hollywood.
Newcomer Talitha Bateman Shines in "So B. It" Movie -- a Heartbreaking Story that Will Leave You Smiling
Everyone was on their best behavior around this little girl -- to be otherwise would be like misbehaving in front of your
The arts are not just a flower, they're a wrench The programme, however, will have to adapt to survive. Because it was set
A local Liberian warlord's women in a bare hut in Eclipsed at the Golden Theater are called wife #1, #3, and #4, but as written
The occasion is this year's Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival, this weekend, October 24th and 25th, and the delightful subject is Jessica Williams, who will receive -- along with award-winning actress Ebony Jo-Ann -- the inaugural Reel Sisters Hattie McDaniel Award.
“Marvel’s Luke Cage” steps into the world of Harlem politics with the spectacular addition of Alfre Woodard (“12 Years a
Actress Alfre Woodard's grandfather died when her father was only a toddler, so this part of her family tree is a mystery. To uncover the past, Ms. Woodard goes an ancestral journey through Georgia and Louisiana.
When New York Times journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn invited her to go to Cartagena, Colombia to film a documentary companion to their latest book, A Path Appears, she was ready.
In one of the latest signs of a cracking glass ceiling in Hollywood, actress Alfre Woodard plays the high-powered president
Though things have been somewhat dire for a while now on the broadcast network front, not every new or new-ish one-hour show
Watching a pack of women shed their suburban facades behind closed doors week after week felt novel, largely because the